And he’ll bring you out the – out the darkness. Sweet King Martin, Sweet Queen Coretta, Sweet Brother Malcolm, Sweet Queen Betty, Sweet Mother Mary, Sweet Father Joseph, Sweet Jesus. We made it in America, Sweet Baby Jesus, ooh oh Sweet Baby Jesus, we made it in America.
The most important track on the album is a clear display of the importance of women.
Ye, Jay, with the help of Frank Ocean, mentions the wives of some influential Black Activists, including Mary and Joseph, and their love child Jesus. Since many Christians aren’t even aware that this iteration of the birth of Baby Jesus creates the search for the reference just like Jay did when he came out with Hard Knock Life. Honestly, this is what made me love the album. As :RelationshipGoals remains atop the resolution lists every year, it would have to make a list mainly because it sparked such a simple yet discretely beautiful design choice.
Your Heart pumps love.
If there is an injury your heart sends more love to that area in order to heal your injury. The very opening of the track “and he’ll bring you out the, out the darkness.” gives way to motivation. Your goals are within you, waiting, desperately seeking to be acknowledged. If you are asleep mentally, it’s only a matter of time before the rest of you fall asleep. When you fall asleep, you go into darkness.
However, those goals, to the awakened, drive energy. You don’t have to remove darkness; you have to introduce light and darkness retreats. Religion disappears due to the light of spirituality: our old way of thinking disappears.
The old-fashioned idea that man should come before the woman, after all contextually, “Sweet King Martin, Sweet Queen Coretta, Sweet Brother Malcolm Sweet Queen Betty the switch resulted in love. Sweet Mother Mary, Sweet Father Joseph, Sweet Jesus. As a result of love, “We Made It In America, Sweet Baby Jesus, ooh oh Sweet Baby Jesus, we made it in America.”
This ain’t no fashion show, motherfucker we live it.
Don’t Rush, Persevere.